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the ravens. the nfl today announced it fined him $100,000 and considered docking the team a draft pick which is ridiculous. that's me and editorial. the play happened thanksgiving. the wide receiver, jacobi jones, was returning a kickoff. if it weren't for tomlin, analysts say, it looked like jones could have gone for a touchdown. whatever. the rachbt win anyway -- ravens win anyway. tomlin said he was mesmerized watching the video on the screen and would accept any punishment. >>> on this day in 1980, led zeppelin called it quits. the announcement came two months after the group's drummer, john bonham, died. zeppelin had been formed out of another band really, the yard birds, more than a decade earlier. zeppelin's debut album hit the billboard top ten, and from there really most of the 1970s were hit after hit. they owned it including the classic "stairway to heaven." after splitting up, the remaining members would play reunion gigs. led zeppelin ended a legendary run 33 years ago today. >>> when news breaks out, we'll break in. right now the dow's been all over the place. you see in the ea
is happening with the steelers and the ravens. what happened is the baltimore ravens look like they were going to run back to score a touchdown when mike tomlin stepped up and put your foot in and put it out. it almost looks like he is doing the hokey pokey. and so he said he would apologize for that and take whatever punishment would be handed down. so he will be fine for that one little step, $100,000, plus that the steelers may have to forfeit some choices in the 2014 draft. so we are not allowed to show you the play unfortunately. but if you are a football fan, you have seen this plenty of times. we will keep you will posted in the meantime, we will be right back with more "happening now" jon: a good guy who testified before, congress make the disturbing thing about obamacare website. he said to your personal information not saved on health care.gov. to top it off, he says no security was ever built into the system and fixing it take a year or more. joining us now is david kennedy, ceo of this, no security at all built into this thing? >> we looked at the website whenever scott launched an
, three games ended in wild fashion. vikings dash ravens, the two teams combined to score five touchdowns in the final two minutes of the game. the ravens got the win. >>> and then two minutes later. the steellers needed a touchdown to win. antonio brown breaks free for the score. but he stepped out of the bounds. the game would end on that play. dolphins win. >>> then a few minutes later, the patriots made an amazing comeback, scored a touchdown, got an yon side kick and scored another touchdown. and they beat the browns. >>> and today after 15 years of controversy, the final year of the bcs ends without a debate. no doubt the best two teams in college football will be playing. florida state, 13-0. acc champs. and then on the other side, auburn. a miracle turn around this year. from worst to first. two of the most memorable last-second wins ever in college football. the game will be january 6th in pasadena. we've always got good weather in california when the game is there. now the super bowl the farmer as almanac is predicting a winter storm. and it will be interesting to see if it's li
on the field thanksgiving night impeding the ravens jacoby jones on a kickoff return >> a lot of things are embarrassing and inexcusable, in legal and they blunder. amongst any thing that i used to describe it. >> reporter:on the replay it looked like tomlin may have inadvertently wandered out too far and jones likely would have been tackled on the play anyway >> reporter:none-the-less the incident was reviewed by the league tomlin insisted after the game that it was not done on purpose >> reporter:todayhowever he came clean >> reporter: tomlin still stopped short of admitting he intended to interfere with the play >> reporter:a picture may be worth a thousand words.but it isn't worth your job. >> reporter:two security guards who worked the texans game at reliant stadium in houston were fired today for taking photos with patriots quarterback tom brady. >> reporter:security guards fired for brady photo >> reporter:two security guards who worked texans games at houston's reliant stadium were fired today for taking photos with patriots quarterback tom brady after last sunday's game >> repo
night loss to the ravens. tomlin apologized calling it embarrassing and inexcusable. there it is. the league will consider docking a draft pick but a decision will not be made until next year. >> i saw the photos of this. first time i have seen the video. what are you thinking? he played football. >> i don't think he was. >> i think -- remember when the jets did something sort of similar, but he was like a trainer. he's a player. he knows better than that. >> there's a lot of conspiracy theories but if you look he take one step on before he jumps off. what were you going to do. >> no good. >> uncool. >>> here we go. the holiday season. new york city just got brighter thanks to the giant christmas tree in rockefeller plaza. >> it was lit last night. a tradition that has taken place ever year since 1933. the 76-foot norway spruce features 45,000 lights and 9 1/2 foot wide star on top. >> man, oh, man. the tree is 75 years old, grown in connecticut and moved to new york last month. it will be on display until january 7th. looks gorgeous, doesn't it? >> absolutely. when it is taken d
stepped on the field just as the jacoby jones ravens kick returner was running up the sideline. the play may have cost the ravens a touchdown. baltimore did get the win. tomlin is taking full responsibility for the blunder and says he'll no longer answer questions about it. the league didn't rule out further penalties. >> stop it. >> hundred grand is enough. >> steelers will pay it. >> of course. katty this one is for you. candidate for goal of the year. liverpool maurice suarez set this goal. >> electrifies goal. >> volleyed from 40 yards out. check it again. oh, my goodness. >> can you doctor a soccer ball? >> put some weight on it. >> look at the arc of this. >> the way it dances. >> graceful. it's norwich. >> also the other big story in sports we talked, that big florida state, jamison winston in allegation of rape against him. coming up here bitter pill last march "time" magazine exposed shocking numbers on why the health care system is costing americans so much money. the author of that article is out with a follow up piece. results just as surprising. we'll talk about it next on "
fashion. a great finish. check it out. the vikings-ravens. we, of course, sped this up a little bit. >> no? >> these two teams, they combined to score if you have touchdowns in the final two minutes of the game. they scored 32 minutes temperature ravens ended up winning. a couple minutes later in bucs, this wild play happened. antonio brown looks like he has run for a touchdown. his footsteped out of bounds. the steelers lost. just a few minute later in foxboro, the patriots scored the touchdown, bought the the onside kick and stored another touchdown in the span of 30 seconds. they went on to beat the browns by a point. amazing finishes. if that wasn't enough, in denver, checker matt prater set an nfl record with a 64 yard field goal. check it out. barely gets over the crossbar, but it's in. he had that thin air in denver working for him there. but, man, what an impressive kick. >> i mean, when you take all of these highlights together, there is no way monday night football is going to do anything for anybody tonight. >> i love that. >> you can have a fall hangover on a monday night. >> a
impressive, the miracle in baltimore. ravens-vikings, five touchdowns in the minute, 125 seconds. here is number four. >> first down. for darrell paterson has it. rookie, is loose. with one man to get past and put as move on! look at paterson go. i don't believe this. touchdown vikings. bill: that is one in the snow. 45 seconds left, minnesota goes deep on a 79-yard touchdown. that would put the vikings on top, that's it, right? game over? nope. not even close. watch. >> joe flacco, back in the end zone, that is marlon brown for a touchdown! bill: that was for the win. flacco, nine yard pass, back in the end zone, stunning loss for minnesota. that looked like the old bloomington stadium in minnesota in baltimore. 29-26, great finish. tom brady adding to his legend, patriots, trailing browns 12 points, under three minutes left. pats on the 2-yard line. brady connecting with edelman with 61 seconds remaining. patriots for the on sidekickoff. got to do it. go 10 yards, right? got to go 10 yards. a cleveland brown touches it. kyle harrington with the recovery. patriots ball, 40-yard line.
in the national football league. there were a lot of close games. the ravens and the vikings scored five touchdowns in two minutes and one second. and in pittsburgh, miami was ahead when the steelers' antonio brown raced into the end zone after a sears of lateral passes, they start throwing passes to each other, rarely works. every now and then it works and it appeared to in this case. because brown was the last one with the ball, he got into the end zone before time expired except the officials ruled he had stepped out of bounds before scoring. now, madam president, what if pittsburgh had said yesterday wait a minute, we're the home team, we'll change the rules. and say if you ten out of bounds only once as you're running towards the end zone with lateral passes on the last play of the game, then you score. so pittsburgh wins the game. or what if they said we're the home team, we'll add five minutes and see if we can win the game in that five minutes. they'd be happy in pittsburgh yesterday. but maybe not for a long time. but what happens when miami becomes the home team? and pittsburgh
. remember this? this during the loss against baltimore. the ravens returned jones almost hit him, he got tackled after a 73-yard return. tomlin took a step toward the field. he called it embarrassing. the nfl has not announced the punishments. the word is it will be six figures. >>> on the side note, in my book i focused on the secret six people that credited for saving the american revolution. a spy ring. this morning i want to tell you about one of those spies and the house he lived in. this building over 200 years old, someone's house right now. it was once a bar, thriving bar, called rose tavern. this guy got the message that intelligence had to be picked up in new york city. he'd hope on his horse, go 55 miles to manhattan and back through british troops. this guy has guts and his legend lives on even today. thank you so much. right now it's number 4 on the "new york times" best seller list and i appreciate that. meanwhile, let's go outside to steve with elisabeth to tell us what the season is about. >> that's right. elisabeth, two years ago here on the plaza at "fox & friends" we h
tennessee. how about the best wild finish? ravens against minnesota vikings. five touchdowns were scored in spite of of a blizzard. four seconds left. it was good. 29-26. emotions can run high in sports. a soccer game in brazil was delayed after a riot breaks out in the stands. fans began fighting. why? not sure. it got so bad that police in riot gear began firing tear gas into the crowd. military helicopter lands on the field to provide additional support. it is unclear how many were injured and the brazilian media confirmed three people were in comas. a quick look at what's happening in the world of sports. >> how depressing. >> they're ready for the world cup, aren't this? a little on aepblg. -- a little on edge. the only thing that can relax me is the live remake of the sound of music. >> nbc did it and they had the most viewers nbc has had in seven years. >> of course because it was carrie underwood. >> listen to her. ♪ ♪ >> okay. julie andrews usually sings that part. >> 50 years ago. >> her voice was great, but some critics think she wasn't that good of an actress. >> just lis
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